THIS WEEK -
We will talk about the proven science of biodynamic theory. We will review scientific analysis and will discuss data deciphering the legitimacy of biodynamic agriculture.
This is a series focused on connecting farmers, gardeners, ranchers, and general stewards of the land to biodynamic theory. It is likely we will drink some biodynamic wine, as well!
Biodynamics originated in Europe due to a series of lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in 1924.
These lectures were the answer farmer's concerns in regards to infertility in cows, plants, and the soil.
Steiner professed that each farm was a unique organism onto itself, yet all were guided universal laws.
In this group, we will not only discuss the universal influences that each farm abides by, but also preparations created by organic matter on the farm.
A main concept of a biodynamic farm is to grow nutrients on the farm, which will be put back into the land. Rather than importing nutrients to the farm, Biodynamic practices encourage growing beneficial herbs for teas (preparations) used on the land. Various preparations have various uses.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.